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Video interviews and behind the scenes footage from the RTL headquarters - this article will be updated regularly, so do check back!
Introduction to our coverage
Lisa Burke breaks down what you can expect from the RTL Today team on this election evening, and gives you a behind the scenes look at the offices (as the rest of us are hard at work in the background!)
We flagged down François Bausch for a quick chat about the Green party's success in the elections, and what he thinks the future holds.
The director of many boards and with deep ties to Luxembourg's historical steel industry, Michel Wurth stopped by for a chat about the election results and what he wants to see from a future government.
Perhaps best known for his book shops, that's not why Fernand Ernster turned up to our offices today.
Jean-Paul Bertemes is best known for his roles with Luxembourg's National Research Fund, and the website science.lu. Naturally we discussed the importance of science generally, and its representation in politics.
Mike Koedinger is the founder and chairman of Maison Moderne. He discusses politics, the future of media in Luxembourg, and the relationship between the two.
Artist Jacques Schneider stopped by, so of course we took the chance to ask him a few questions about the election, how he views politics in Luxembourg more generally, and how it relates to and informs his art.
James Randolph Evans: US Ambassador to Luxembourg
Correspondent Lisa Burke asked the US ambassador to Luxembourg about the election, and Luxembourg's importance on the international political scene.
Musician and composer Gast Waltzing gave his take on the election earlier this evening.
RTL Reports: Exclusive interview with Princess Tessy (part 2)
Wrong turn: BA flight headed to Düsseldorf mistakenly lands in Edinburgh instead
Burger bonanza: Should another fast-food restaurant replace McDonald's near central station?
Public health: No virginity certificate in Luxembourg
Last minute drama - Qualification for Euro 2020 Champs: Heartbreak for Luxembourg as the Red Lions lose 1:2 against Ukraine